Following today’s announcement of the release of Apple’s OS X Mavericks operating system, I’m delighted to let you know that We Got Served’s latest eBook, Using OS X Mavericks Server at Home is now available to buy at the WGS Store.
Apple today released their ‘Gold Master” of OS X Mavericks 10.9, the latest iteration of their operating system to developers. That comes ahead of an anticipated release to the public towards the end of October.
Keyboards, trackpads, smartphone chargers – seen one, seen them all, right? In a market that embraces disposabilty, French manufacturer Orée are kicking against the trend with finely carved peripherals that are classically designed and hand-built by specialist craftsmen.
In the first part of our guide to reorganising your digital photo collection, we migrated all of our photos into a newly created folder structure, with a Year > Month > Day hierarchy. Today, we’ll take a look at another common issue that will bite you unless you stay on top of it – photo duplication.
Increasingly, much to Microsoft’s concern I’m sure, Apple Macs are popping up in homes and offices across the world. No longer are many households exclusively Windows-based – there are now a variety of operating systems in play. With Windows Home Server 2011, Microsoft wisely took the decision to offer basic support for Apple’s operating system, Whilst not all of the platform’s features are available, but if you’re running Mac clients at home, you can certainly get those shiny slabs of aluminium and acrylic working together with WHS 2011.
In this chapter, we’ll walk through the features available to Mac users in the native Windows Home Server 2011 platform, and also discuss a third party add-in which further extends the feature set.
Following the release back in December of Using OS X Lion Server at Home, I’ve just sent a new edition for the Apple iPad off to the iBookstore for approval. Check out these preview screenshots.
The Easter holiday weekend is here and if you’re like me, you’ll be itching to get stuck into a new tech project over the long weekend. If you’re yet to explore Windows Home Server 2011 and/or Apple OS X Lion Server, then both platforms offer a huge amount of territory to explore! We Got Served’s guides to WHS 2011 and OS X Server have been selling in their thousands over the last few months and if you’d like to check them out over the weekend then please accept a £5.00 discount on each eBook with our compliments!
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